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It was 1990-ish when I saw it so I only remember the uniqueness of the experience and the atmosphere of the venue. However here is a tally of the choices from a recent Broadway revival. It appears Rosa Bud was the most popular choice of killer!
http://www.playbill.com/article/they...too-com-203296
Thanks--that's reallly interesting. Looks like Rosa was the choice more than half the time.

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I agree. I never seriously considered her a suspect. I wonder if there is something about the way the musical is written/acted that makes the audience choose this path.
Well, if the character on stage was as annoying as the one in the book, I can see the audience wanting to make her the villain on general principle.
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